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for questions about possible and confirmed plagiarism in works of literature.
For questions about Hercule Poirot, a fictional Belgian detective created by Agatha Christie. Use in conjunction with [agatha-christie].
For questions about the US author Brandon Sanderson or about any of his literary works - most of which fall under the umbrella of his Cosmere universe, although he is perhaps best known for completing…
an author, best known for her 2004 work Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. Use this tag for questions about her and her works.
Questions related to Elif Şafak's novel The Forty Rules of Love. Use this tag with the [elif-shafak] tag.
Questions related to William Shakespeare's tragedy Julius Caesar, which was probably written in 1599. Use this tag in conjunction with [william-shakespeare].
For questions regarding the life and work of the American author Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
For questions about the life and works of the Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, which include The Witcher series, and the Hussite trilogy. Use with the appropriate title tags, and the [polish-literatur…
a novel by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson. Please use this with the [Robert-Louis-Stevenson] tag.
Questions related to Anne Frank (1929 – 1945), a Jewish girl whose diary Het Achterhuis (English: The Secret Annex or The Diary of a Young Girl) was published posthumously in 1947. The diary describes…
For questions about "Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agness Nutter, Witch", the novel written by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. Use with respective author tags.
For questions about Susanna Clarke's 2004 fantasy novel Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell. Use this with the susanna-clarke tag.
For questions about the early 20th-century English writer Virginia Woolf (née Stephen) or about any of her literary works.
Questions related to William Blake's 1789 collection of poems Songs of Innocence, which was later expanded and published as Songs of Innocence and of Experience (1794). Use this tag with the [william-…
For questions about Norse mythology, the myths and folklore of the old Nordic people. This tag may also be used for questions about the various retellings of these ancient stories, such as for example…
Wilfred Owen (1893-1918) was an English poet, most famous for his WWI poems depicting the horror of war, before he was killed as a soldier in that same war.
Questions about the German-language author Franz Kafka and his works, which include 'Die Verwandlung' ('The Metamorphosis') and 'Der Process' ('The Trial'). Use this tag with the [german-literature] t…
Questions about folktales or folk tales, i.e. stories that have been orally passed down from generation to generation. For myths and legends, use the [myths] tag.
For questions concerning War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. Use with the [leo-tolstoy] tag.
For questions about the awarding-winning Canadian author Margaret Atwood or about any of her literary works.
For questions about The Wind in The Willows, the book by Kenneth Grahame. Use in conjunction with [kenneth-grahame].
For questions about the works of author Kenneth Grahame and his life as a writer.
For questions about the works of Douglas Adams and his life as a writer.
For questions about the novel "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll. Not to be used for questions about screen adaptations (except as they relate to the book) or about the companion/sequel "Through t…
For questions about the works of English novelist David Mitchell (born 1969) and his life as a writer.
For questions about the works of Guy de Maupassant and his life as a writer. Use this tag with the tag [french-literature]. Use this tag with the [french-literature] tag.
For questions about "Go Set A Watchman", the novel by Harper Lee. Use in conjunction with [harper-lee].
For questions about Jasper Fforde's work or his life as a writer.
For questions about the series known as "The 39 Clues" by Rick Riordan, Gordon Korman, Peter Lerangis, Jude Watson, Patrick Carman, Linda Sue Park, Margaret Peterson Haddix, Roland Smith, David Balda…
For questions about Brave New World, the novel by Aldous Huxley. Use in conjunction with [aldous-huxley].
should be used for questions related to John Grisham and his works. When used in reference to his works, it should be used in conjunction with a more specific book tag.
For questions about books in the Theodore Boone series by John Grisham. Use this tag with the [john-grisham] tag.
For questions regarding the writing process of authors. Such questions should usually relate to specific authors or works, otherwise they might be better suited for Writers or Worldbuilding SE instead…
For questions about the works of Patrick Rothfuss or his life as a writer.
For questions about the Kingkiller Chronicle, the fantasy series by Patrick Rothfuss.
Questions related to the 1985 novel Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card. Use this tag with the [orson-scott-card] tag.